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examine the messages voters sent yesterday with jeffrey brown, who looks at the makeup of congress and the new laws around the country. >> woodruff: what to do about the fiscal cliff, healthcare and immigration? we explore the challenges ahead in the next four years. >> ifill: and back with us again, for analysis, are mark shields and david brooks. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contribuionto yr ps stion om viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: for the first time in four years, president obama did not have to worry about re-election today. still, there was little time to savor tuesday's victory, in the face of a potential fiscal crisis at the end of the year. "newshour" correspondent kwame holman begins our coverage on this day after the election of 2012. >> reporter:
chair kwame brown wille u.s. district court judge to learn his fate today. >> he resigned and pleaded guilty to bank fraud charges in june. melanie alnwick is live in northwest d.c. with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. you know, kwame brown actually has two sentencing hearings hearings today. the first in federal court on those bank fraud charged and then the second later this afternoon in d.c. superior court on campaign finance violation charges. now, as you mentioned, brown pleaded guilty in june. after a year-long investigation, the federal charges relate to providing false information on bank loan applications. one of the loan was for a 39- foot boat. brown also forged the signature of a friend on an application and doctored two forms to overstate his income by tens of thousands of dollars. the other charges go back to an audit by d.c.'s office of campaign finance. it found that brown's 2008 election campaign failed to report more than $400,000 in contributions an expenditures and that $239,000 wound up in the hands of a consulting company controlled by brown's brother. kwa
to be proud of herself embracing all shades of brown. >> up next, need the founder of pretty brown girl. -- meet the founder of pretty brown girl. she's in studio now. >>> howard here with your weather first on this chill hi friday morning. all in all a pretty nice day ahead. sunny 55 at noon. winds northwest at 10 look for a high around 60 and then this weekend, looks like it will be even warmer. details just ahead. >>> live look from our sky 9 where you can see there are no issues to report here at route 234, we'll go to the sky 9 shot inbound 66 from manassas to centreville. just going to find that normal slow stuff through that stretch and then it's okay as you head for fairfax and the beltway and i'll have more details on traffic coming up once again in a few minutes. back to you. >>> thank you monika. right now we're celebrating all shades of brown. sheri crawley is an entrepreneur, author and most importantly she's a mom. she launched the company pretty brown girl to teach her daughter to be proud of herself and embrace all the shades of brown. and we welcome sheri. thank you for
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morning. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. we begin with the unfolding sex scandal that cost the cia director his job and now a top u.s. military commander is tangled in this drama. it has enough twists and subplots to rival a soap opera. paula broadwell warned general john allen that jill kelly was a so ductress. broadwell's emails to kelly triggered the investigation. petraeus and kelly wrote letters on behalf of her twin sister in a custody battle. it's turning into a mess that susan mcginnis is covering for us right now. susan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the overriding concern amid this sex scandal are the national security implications here and today house intelligence leaders morell a leading candidate to replace petraeus at the cia. now paula broadwell and jill kelly two women involved here are not making any statements to the press so far. general allen is considering making a statement. >> susan mcginnis in washington this morning. >>> jill kelley is well-known in social circles for her work with the military community. kelly and her husband often hosted partie
in massachusetts and warren defeated brown. for that one independent expected to lead democratic during voting time and there are 46 republicans. the democrats reclaim control. and the republicans were take the majority in the house. cnn is projecting the gop to have 234 seats compared to 193 for the democrats. republicans failed with the presidency, failed to take the seventh of the gop it maintains a substantial majority in the house. right here. as that does is saddling we are asking you on facebook now that the election is over what you think are the chances of democrats and republicans working together? feel free to let us know what you think on our facebook fan page. >>pam: their reelected senior feinstein is saying that the biggest challenges is divided congress. once again it is into the control of the democrats and the republicans control the house but they need to work together. >> we must do the people's business we have to find ways to use that word which some are disdainful of. and i see an enormously positive sense and that is the word compromise. that is how you get things done in th
proposition 30. prop 30 passed by a 54-46% margin. the money going to california schools. governor jerry brown took the lead to get prop 30 passed. >> last night californians made the decision to protect our schools and colleges and strengthen the california dream. we join together as californians first and a resounding victory for education and fiscal integrity. >> the governor said about $6 billion would have had ton of cut from schools and colleges if voters rejected prop 30. sales tax will go up by a quarter percent for four years, starting in january. income taxes will rise for people making more than $250,000 per year. >> the passage of prop 30 guarantees uc students will not see a tuition increase this year. >> students will get something extra. here is abc 7 news education reporter. >> within hours of prop 30 passing san francisco state announced it will begin reimbursing students. most will see close to $250 deposited back into their accounts. the university will roll back the increase. thanks to prop 30 the governor tax increase measure, other universities may see the money in the fo
. >>> as long as kwame brown stays out of trouble, he won't go to jail for a campaign finance violation. a d.c. judge sentenced the former city council chairman to 30 days in jail but suspended the sentence. that happened hours after a federal judge sentenced brown to one day in custody followed by six months of home detention for lying on loan applications. he also has to complete 480 hours of community service. brown admitted to both crimes in june. he resigned from the council. >>> now to the ever widening scandal that started with david petraeus resignation as c.i.a. director. the man who replaced petraeus in afghanistan general john allen hoped to be the next nato supreme allied commander in europe. however, his nomination to that post is now on hold while investigators look into e-mails general allen exchanged with jill kelley and whether they were inappropriate. yes, kelley is the same florida woman who reported threatening e-mails to the f.b.i. leaving agents to discover the source of those e-mails paula broadwell. and, yes, paula broadwell is the woman who was having an affair with
. >> if you want to see brown bears, rules -- will, or lease roaming about in life, you can take a chip, or better yet come stay at home in the carpe diem mountains . 1/3 of predators' live here, but the huge mountain chain is still a long way off to becoming a popular tourist invest -- popular tourist destination. however, businesses have been quicker off the mark. >> destruction in the car akkadians. the forest here is disappearing tree by tree. -- destruction in the cap- haitien's. the logging is illegal, the local forest department has given the go-ahead to a local businessman. -- destruction in the carpe diems -- destruction in the s. residents are stumped. >> there's no guarantee that trees will be replanted here, that there will ever be a forest here again. they are clearing everything. nothing will remain. but i want my daughter to be able to go for a walk in the woods when she grows up. the local authorities seem unconcerned that they do not have official permission to cut down the trees. instead, the head of the forestry department tries to drive away the residents. "leave the
. >> reporter: people around the world have praised malala's courage. on friday, gordon brown, the u.s. special envoy of education and the former british prime minister, gave his support to her campaign for female education in a speech in islamabad. >> we in the international community want to say to you today that we will support you in your determination that no girl should be prevented from going to school out of fear. >> reporter: even after malala's shooting, six schools have been blown up by militants. the attacks are believed to be the work of pakistani taliban. authorities say 751 schools were attacked by extremists in the past ten years, including 233 that were almost destroyed. but islamic extremism is not the only reason why many pakistani girls are denied an education. poverty is another major problem that needs to be addressed. malala's shooting has exposed the challenges faced by the pakistani government. it's under renewed pressure to crack down on extremism and take steps to help children of poor families get an education. hideki yui, nhk world, islamabad. >>> myanmar is enjoyin
they can to get out. roads and recreation grounds are submerged in brown, soupy water. and in some warts of this region the only way to get around is by boat. elsewhere, it is just not safe at all. the area affected is just north of rome. here it has been raining for days. the bad weather has swept across italy. in venice, seasonal flooding was higher and more widespread than normal. and unless you were in a gondola, there was little way to stay dry. there the floods are receding. but it is now the waterlogged regions of tuscana and brea that are baring the brunt. "bbc news." >> right now china's ruling communicatist party is meeting in beijing to anoint its new leaders. among the most pressing issues they will face, a territorial dispute with japan that has erupted into the worst crisis interest the two nations in decades. at issue is a group of islands. our correspondent has gone to take a closer look and to see what is fueling all this controversy. >> just after dawn we get our first view of the islands. a jagged huddle of rocks sticking up from the deep blue waters of the east china
one of its popular models. patti ann browne live in the newsroom with the details. >> toyota will recall 2.77 million vehicles worldwide including some of its popular prius hybrid cars. they say there are steering and water pump problems. it is the carmaker's second multimillion-dollar recall, vehicle recall in a little over a month. toyota says the defects have caused no accidents and can be fixed in an hour or so but this could cost hundreds of millions of dollars for toyota to repair, at least according to one auto analyst. while the recall is widespread, the flaws are considered less serious than in previous recalls in 2009 and 2011. in those, unintended acceleration problems in toyota vehicles were the suspected cause of fatal crashes in the united states. toyota this year recaptured the crown of the world's top automaker after last year's natural disasters which temporarily disrupted production in japan and thailand. this latest recall involves fixing a steering component that could be damaged by wear and tear and replacing water pumps on 630,000 gasoline electric hybri
it will be a while before she can leave the hospital. >>> former british prime minister gordon brown will visit pakistan to meet with pakistan's suf czarry. he is united nations special envoy of global education issues. he'll deliver a petition with over 1 million signatures urging pakistan to make education available to all its children. >>> it was warm and sunny today in tokyo, snow in our neighbor china, though. rachel ferguson has more with weather. rachel? >> certainly we are going to be see snow spreading across northeastern asia over the next couple days. a low here moving across into the beijing area and heading towards the northeast. north korea is going to be getting some of that snowfall. down towards the south, it is a rain event. that coming up through southern china in towards the east, through shanghai and from saturday evening, we're going to be seeing it coming into japan. pleasant day across much of japan on saturday as a low pulls away at the moment. however, we will see that rain coming in from the south and sunday is going to be a little unstable with showers and thundersto
tuition from going up next year. a sum governor jerry brown says is simply unrealistic. >> it's very unlikely to happen. you really proposing tuition increases unless there's some third alternative. >> what i heard today, there's a minimum 6% increase in tuition on its way. minimum. and that everything else has to go -- to avoid an even steeper increase. >> all in favor. >> aye. >> oppose? >> no. >> gavin newsom voted against the proposed budget framework while governor brown abstained. he says theel compete with the elderly and disabled and long list of others for the budget pie. >> i'll do the best i can to keep tuition down and get revenue from the state, but i do that in the context of a lot of other claims that people are making. >> students say they can't believe just a week after helping proposition 30 get passed, they are already faced with the real possibility of steeper tuition. >> students can't understand now that prop 30 is passed bringing billions more in funding from taxes on the rich, why are we talking about increasing tuition? we should be talking about rolling tuit
in the library before but they had never had any trouble from him. police say he was carrying either a dark brown or tan soft leather briefcase and wearing a green long sleeved shirt and khaki pants. >> we can understand people's concerns. thank you. >>> president obama back in washington after celebrating his re-election in chicago. the president has a number of pressing issues on his plate too. the white house and congress are promising cooperation before crippling tax hikes and budget cuts automatically kick in on all americans in the new year. the president is also expected to have to appoint a new secretary of state and treasury secretary. >>> in virginia, election officials are considering changes now after long lines forced some to wait for hours to cast their ballot. the commonwealth is now considering switching from the touch screen machines to optical scans. in maryland, turnout was less than in 2004 and 2008 but there were still a lot of complaint about long lines and registration issues. election officials are now investigating those voting problems. a lot of people experience those l
warren, who defeated scott brown in massachusetts. >> you better believe we're going to fight for equal pay for equal work. >> reporter: and tammy baldwin, the first openly gay member, in what used to be called the world's exclusive men's club. >> i will be a senator for all of wisconsin. >> reporter: as for richard mourdock and todd akin, they both lost. akin, to claire mccaskill. the top officials are now women, the governor, both senators, and the members of congress. democrats started to recruit women candidates almost two years ago. >> almost at the beginning of the time when the republicans came into power in the house in the first few bills they put out, took away a woman's right to choose. >> reporter: for the first time, white men will be in the minority among house democrats. but house republicans will be more white and male. although michelle bachmann won her race, two states, maryland and maine, became the first to vote for gay marriage. and washington state and colorado voted to legalize recreational marijuana. massachusetts legalized it for medicinal use only. but pot didn
with are frustrated by a fee proposal, especially a week after prop 30 passed. governor jerry brown scheduled to attend the csu board of trustees meeting that will happen later on today. they will likely be protests -- there are likely be protests. the frustration, fees. if student have more than certain number of students, they could face fees for repeating courses. the plan is to free up space to admit more than 16,000 knew students. one student i talked to said these fees could hurt. >> i could say the fees are definitely unfair. it's hard to sometimes be able to pay these fees and it gives us choices like what are we gonna do if we don't have the money? well, , if have the money, then we just -- if we don't have the money, then we just quit. it puts us in a position and it's not fair to us. >> reporter: csu says they view this more as a dearant and hope few -- deterrent and hope the students can do that. the board of trustees happening later this afternoon down in long beach. live in hayward, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, alex. >>> a man is recovering after being shot i
of dollars spent did. it change votes? >> i don't think so. i covered the whitman and brown campaign and whitman outspent jerry brown by six times and she lost really bad. by 6 points at least. and that -- in california, it never matters if there are billionaires money doesn't matter in california elections but in national elections it always has. the traditional wisdom has now been bucked by this particular election. >> eliot: right. i think of the national spending patterns as well. you saw the sheldon adelsons. it is not clear to me all of his money, he backed a sequence of losers. somebody ed he was 0-9, all of the money simply bounced off of voter's consciousness. what will those funders say next time? >> you would have to ask sheldon adelson what he thought? i did meet some of these characters at some of the conventions. had a nice long talk with foster friess but what i think they're getting is somebody to listen to them, a place to put their money where their mouth is and where their values are. they may value th
insider phil matier who is with former mayor willie brown. >> mr. mayor, you're no stranger to elections. what's the it like the day after a big emotional win? >> you have a problem when now it's all over the last time you will be on the stage, et cetera, and now how difficult it was to win it this time. you know how the doubters were out there. you know how much confidence you already had all -- you didn't have. and you just become, you know, a different guy. >> how long does it last? he has four years to go. >> i know. he will find his legs this morning, though. he will be back on his job. he will be confronting the guy who literally has more color than he has, john boehner. >> it is something, you have this big pressure, this great moment, but also the doubts and stuff going in, the win, of the loss, the fact that you can be out the door. someone says you won again. we have the "fiscal cliff" hanging over you, by the way. so get ready. you have 33 seconds. what's your play? you're going to go to be back in the corner. >> he hasn't thought about that at all. he was focused on whether
was unlikely to disappear from the public altogether. >>> voters endorsed proposition 30, governor brown's plan to hike sales and income taxes to raise $6 billion to balance the state budget. so what comes next? cbs 5 political insider phil matier spoke with the governor today. phil. >> reporter: that's right. this is a first step, but we didn't go off the cliff but it's still a rocky road here in sacramento and for california. >>> we're not going to see the $5.5 billion of cutbacks to k- 12. >>> reporter: educators however say there's still more to be done. >> it wasn't about piling a bunch of new money on schools saying we are going to make new investments. it was about stopping the cuts. >> reporter: and let's not forget, the state still faces a $32 billion wall of debt from past borrowing. >> you have to make sure over the next few years that we pay our bills we invest in the right programs but we don't have the latest spending binges like we did in the days where you had the dot-com boom. >> reporter: the other news out of the election, the first time since 1933 the ruling party in this ca
and resounding victory for children, schools, in the california dream. >> governor jerry brown took his victory lap up the people of california have put their trust and i plan on doing everything in my power to honor that trust. if it would have felt it would have triggered massive cuts to education shortening the school year in tuition increases at the university level and we're not going to see those big cutbacks on higher education and going forward. we are going to see about $2,500 per student going into our schools in california for the next four-five years. >> the governor says there will be no pinch spending for the temporary tax increases instead he says this taxes will pay and invest in the right programs. now that this voter approval tax has passed he was asked if more could be passed possibly tax reforms but as far as any tax increase that will have to go to a vote of the people. at the state level, kron 4 news. >> let us take a look of the other propositions. they said it no one proposition 31. they also said no one proposition 32 that there's no change to the way that the unions co
. scott brown did the same thing by the way. can i give a brief hurrah for my senator. that's senator professor warren. >> stephanie: what do you mean by that, willard thought he was a talk show host. >> caller: he started believing all these crazy people. i would point out that if he and scott brown both made the same mistake, the only common factor is eric fernstr oh om. you said romney was a dumber politician than dan quayle and sarah palin combined. >> caller: it's true. if all the stories are true of how stunned he was. i didn't think he was stupid. how does anybody interpret the polls as at least close, there is a possibility that you might loss. >> stephanie: whether you want to talk about blame the storm or chris christie, the president was ahead in all the battleground before that. >> caller: and forever. even after the first debate de debackel, which was allegedly the game changer. >> stephanie: you say how can democrats may republicans pay aside from dissociating myself from the comments. i mean, it's basically how they should deal with this fiscal cliff thing to start with
weeks after the storm, thousands of people volunteer daily. sasha brown is one of the people who helps pack up supplies and deliver them to people in need. >> i'm just a new yorker helping out other new yorkers. >> reporter: his band finished touring so he borrowed the van and showed up here. who's paying for the gas? >> i am. the band is, they don't know it yet, but they are donating it. >> reporter: occupy has set up a hyperorganized system with a command center, a medic dispatch and car dispatch to organize drivers. there's a phone bank, kitchens that supply two hot meals a day and no shortage of helpers. they use twitter and facebook to match donation needs. and ups to dwliv supplies that have been carefully picked out. >> wonderful, thank you. >> reporter: with $400,000 in the bank and next to no overhead, all the money can go straight to relief efforts. every little bit helps. >> they're trying to help people to survive. >> reporter: no bureaucracy, and the occupy volunteers say that means no problem. katy tur, nbc news, new york. >>> that's our tuesday broadcast. thank you for b
to the rest of her mother's papers into helping brown's papers and i corresponded with her by e-mail and masse to do an interview and said he said everything in the book and unless i have a specific question that she really didn't want to see and to be a cynic could not contact. >> could you expand a little more on the first lady's domestic agenda -- [inaudible] >> and she became first lady a difficult time. she had an agenda. her first as volunteerism, although she's very interested in reading. a volunteerism is something very dear to her because she did very much believe in people helping other people. you have to remember 1969 the country was in tremendous turmoil says something like volunteerism is not going to be a cause that would catch on with the general public. she also did run into obstacles of a very tense situation between the west wing in a string. she did run into issues in terms of being able to explore and find herself. she did have other things domestically although jackie kennedy gets a tremendous amount or redecorating the white house and actually pat did more of that. she h
of all muddy neighborhood all that brown stuff, caked in mud cars and houses extensive damage after a water tank on the top of a hill broke or leaked and then all the water flowed down the hill. that is the result, we'll have more when we come back. >>> welcome back. we've got some clouds rolling up there and bringing rain top the northern part of the state not here back at home sunshine a few high clouds in the 60s everywhere even to the coast. next couple of days interesting warmest day wednesday showers possible in the north bay thursday and cooling trend with more showers likely friday. >>> live look at east shore freeway westbound 80 moving well into the macarthur maze, in good company but still moving nicely no major stalls or accidents. eastbound at san pablo dam road reports of accident two left lanes blocked, eastbound clogged through san pablo. other commute, bay bridge looking good, metering lights on once you get past that on the upper deck not bad, sluggish behind the west over grand crossing. earlier accident westbound 4, this is your waze app, you can see moderate tra
, the girl who would stay at the browns' game in 0-degree weather. [laughter] let's check in with nicole petallides. she always says of energy for me. >> reporter: well, i wanted to take a look here. facebook, the is the story. posting some nice gains. we have management shake-up. yesterday and today, you had two executives leaving yesterday. yet the chief financial officer. you have that treasure going over to twitter. but the stock is doing well. they have a new game coming out, multiple level. there also plan a defense planning on bringing safari from the mobile devices. they get a vote of confidence. a lot of things happening here, but you can't lose sight of the fact it has really been a big loser. they took over the last three months, trying to get it to go. they have not. the continued to sell. liz: thank you, nicole. only one month after the ceo resigned, a lot of you on the stock. widely held, getting hit with a shareholder proposal from my group of benedictine nuns, and another group called ask me that involves state and municipal and local workers. now, the proposal calls for
this through a political lens, does he want jon kerry take the seat and give that seat back to scott brown? have dr. rice go through a bruising confirmation battle right now? but attend of the day, it's about politics. >> kiki, in addition to susan rices, other women mentioned. sheryl sand best as commerce secretary. what do you think is the likelihood of either of those? >> i can't speak to the likelihood because it would be pure speculation. these are accomplished leaders. they're women. and i think it goes back to the other issue that you mentioned, is the skill there? is the talent there? is the trust there to serve the people? you make good points to their decisions about what somebody does or doesn't want to put their family through. the personal politics are going to be out of this. i think we're seeing signals from both sides. they understand the need to actually work together on issues. that goes for presidential appointments as well. let's get the president's appointments approved and through. unless there's a material reason they shouldn't. >> all right, robert, here's the $6 mi
brown went to college campus to get support for this. he got it. >> california is in a financial mess and they raised taxes and passed proposition 30 that reallies taxes again. >>rian: now you will not do business there. >> california reelected president obama by a 20 point margin because they want a bailout. they think the second obama term will bail them out of their financial problemms. they are raising taxes leftt, right and and pushing businesses out of the state and they want a bailout and i think at point they will probably get >> brian: in terms of me doing the action thriller in california. i will turn it down. >> would you do life of brian two? >> brian: i am thinking about it >> we worship you oh, brian. >> brian: we'll have to see. see you stewart varney. >> my pleasure. >> brian: day one of the next four yearings. he died and went to heaven and now the neurosurgeon has the number one book in the country and answering your questions for crossing over for one full week. we'll have the answer. "fox and friends" right now x. 49 percent of the americans on government assistanc
reached levels rarely seen since the 1800s. patti ann browne with breaking details from the breaking news desk. >> reporter: hi, rick. rains hammered northern an central italy for days leading to devastating flooding. in tuscany, nine inches of rain fell for hours. caused rivers to flood and causing land stlids that swept away vineyards and olive groves. four people killed. among them a woman and two men whose car fell off a collapsed bridge today. 200 people were evacuated from their homes. dozens of people took refuge on their roofs as rivers burst their banks. others were rescued by helicopter as you can see from farms that are underwater. thousands of acres of farmland are submerged as well as many stores and homes. flooding washed out secondary roads isolating several towns the railroad also has been is disrupted. army troops were asked to assist in the emergency. rain left behind record floodwaters in venice. tourists were wading through waist deepwater. others swimming through st. mark's square, some in bathing suits. palaces filled with water. 70% of the lagoon city was flooded. h
in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >>> just ahead, controversy over some beluga whales in the aquarium. >>> it is 7:26. good morning, i'm jon kelley. an entire peninsula hotel evacuated overnight because of high levels of carbon monoxide. the alarm sounding early this morning at the embassy suites in burlingame. a total of 400 to 500 people had to wait outside in the cold until all the gas dissipated. >> probably 1:00, 1:15 or so the fire alarms went off in the hotel. at first i thought maybe somebody had tripped the alarm or whatever. and probably about 15 minutes later, the police department came on the loudspeakers and said that there was a -- we had to evacuate the building. >> people were let into the hotel back at about 4:30 in morning. fortunately nobody was hurt. a malfunctioning boiler is to blame. >>> they had to have a real cold one out there, christina loren says it's not going to get much warmer throughout the day and might have some rai
: not that kind exactly. >> installing stop signs, repaving streets is a big one. >> reporter: jeannie brown is helping vallejo residents spend $3 million raised by a special tax during an election last year. it allows people to decide exactly what they would like tax monies spent on. it's called participatory budgeting. >> it's community members themselves who know what the community needs. >> what do you want to spend money on? >> at my house. >> reporter: this 3-year-old girl is too young to is a vote. you need to be at least 14. but granddad ross talbot isn't. >> that would be the first pry order is police department i would say. >> reporter: he would have to go to community meetings where ideas are discussed and narrowed down to a ballot for voting next march. at the good day cafe it's always a good day when rose robinson tops off your coffee. >> supplies in the schools. tutoring, teachers to make sure the kids are being taught well. >> i went to vallejo high school and even back then, the question was what can we do for the youth? we need a youth activity center, that sort of thing. an
, really do you want a sort of white male party and a brown party with white women kind of being split back and forth? seems -- >> that sounds like a lot of southern races. you saw this up close 15 years ago. >> absolutely. i remember -- you can talk about all this data. i remember the gore campaign in 2000, our big technological move was putting a webcam in the campaign headquarters so people could watch online. >> i'm sure it was fascinating. >> big legacy thing that will help democrats in the future is never before has the democratic party been able to combine their data sets, fund-raisers, online organizers, their voter file which has been around a long time, their volunteer database. it took months in chicago to do this. this is something that lasts. >> this will be a gift to the democratic party. >> but just eight years ago we were talking about, ken mehlman and karl rove have just made this an unbeatable party every improve upon, and the incentive is to the loser often, to go and upgrade. so we see everything improving. but i don't think that the machinery that rove and melman built
begin. ♪ that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> a peninsula hotel evacuated in the middle of the night. what we're learning about the source of a hazmat scare. >> chilly, cool brisk win, chance of showers in the forecast. we'll talk about that coming up. >> so far things look like they are moving at the limit across 101 in the south bay. we still have some bart delays. we'll tell you more about that coming up. >> good morning. it's thursday, november 8. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. nearly 5:30 now. evacuees are now being allowed back in a local hotel after a hazardous leak happened this morning. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec joins us now from burlingame to explain what caused the unexpected wake-up calls. good morning, anne. >> reporter: good morning. it was a carbon monoxide scare isolated to a boiler. the building did just get the "all clear" as you
that when a male is elected to senatorship, immediately this, a future presidential hopeful. scott brown had not since warning yet in massachusetts. and so many have been in washington for 7 years. and we were curious why not. >> how did you decide to write this book. how did this book come about. i had been a political nerd since i was -- staging a
week on a facebook live chat, and she said she's not with chris brown, but i don't totally believe this, because she had so many compliments about him. there's a new track on her album "unapologetic," this is called "nobodies business." it's a duet with chris brown. i just want to love you, it's nobody's business if i do. i said, is this song as obvious as i think it is? she says, no, it just means it's nobody's business and everyone needs to stay out of our business. are you not making it people's business? you're singing a duet about it. >> what did she say? >> no, no. but anyway, i loved her. i'm not the only one who loves her. daniel craig said yesterday that he would love if she was the next bond girl. they said what do you think about beyonce, what do you think about rihanna, he said, i think rihanna would be great. she's kind of dangerous, she's so gorgeous. the new album's great. >> how's "skyfall" the movie? >> breaking records everywhere. >> everyone thought that might be dying out, the franchise. >> everyone says it's the best bond film. did you see it? >> no. >> all right, o
has a new album on november 19th. on this album is a a duet with chris brown. the ex-boyfriend. we know the back story. the song "nobody's business." on the song, she sings, i want to be your baby, you will always be my baby. sing it to the world. baby give me some. i'm going to be your girl. and it ain't nobody's business. take a look as we go to break. ♪ it ain't nobody's business ♪ it ain't nobody's business what's today's dare? erase the damage of 100 blow drys with daily moisture renewal from pantene, the most awarded hair care brand of the last 2 years. i took the dare...will you? pantene. most awarded hair care brand. >>> and finally this half-hour, congratulatory messages for president obama flooded in from all parts of the world yesterday. >> some of the happiest people are his re-election, after his re-election rather live in a small village in kenya where everyone was rooting for him. abc's bareporter was there. >> reporter: those not keeping warm by keeping the beat came prepared for the long wait. the election watch party in this typically sleepy village was an exh
with the concession speech and started with scott brown's concession speech. i actually think -- and there's a new day in america. i think positive is going to be the new black. i think the this expression on social media is a minority of what's going to happen. >> i really believe there's a moment -- >> i hope you're right. >> i do too. and when we talk about the senate being democratic versus the house being republicans. i think it's america saying get your act together. and for those of us who are allowed to travel and see downtrodden places, the ability to vote and to see a transition of government that is peaceful with a hand over, i think it's great. >> i think it's reflective of the way the campaigns were run this time. they were so angry, and there was a lot of racist talk and it was a lot of divisiveness, and i think social media played into that. >> i think the $2 billion on advertising, it didn't move. i'm telling you, this anger is a shift that's going to happen in america now. >> we hope. >> congratulations to president obama. >> one of the issues on the ballot in several states was allow
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